Grace is just a name which comes from the lips of the dying woman. Private Investigator and former police officer Tim McMaster must find, not only the murderer, but also the dollars which have been stolen. Tim is relentless. He is a former Marine who trusts his former comrade, another Private Investigator in Los Angeles. The story turns and twists and makes Tim a victim as well as a perpetrator. But, with the determination he had as a former Marine and police officer, he comes to a conclusion which shakes you and brings you back to reality, and not because anyone does anything other than hide it in plain sight.
This is the epitome of “page turner” reading. Olin has done it again, as he has with the previous 13 books and now with the next and we hope the ones after that. He's a prolific writer and seems to have stories in his mind which must be told. Thanks, Olin, for giving us another reason for turning off the TV and reading again.
— Bill Allen, former medical assistant